By Wendy Miller | Independent Newsmedia Inc. USA Members of the Apache Junction City Council June 17 unanimously approved a budget totaling $42,065,600 for 2014-15.
By Kim Pemberton | Vancouver Sun The low dollar is helping lure Canadian recreational property buyers back home and away from the U.S. sunbelt, Re/Max’s
By Jann Swanson | Mortgage News Daily Freddie Mac said Wednesday the U.S. housing market is sending mixed signals. Most markets, according to the company’s
By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services/East Valley Tribune The state’s top school official apologized and repudiated anonymous blog posts he has made for at
Phoenix Business Journal While RealtyTrac found U.S. home prices shot up 13 percent in May, prices in Arizona posted a more modest 6 percent increase.
By Tina Gamez | DAILY NEWS-SUN The Sundome is gone, but it will not be forgotten at the Fry’s food store in Sun City West.
By Mike Sunnucks | Phoenix Business Journal The on again, off again proposed Ritz-Carlton Hotel development in Paradise Valley has another hiccup, and former GoDaddy
By Tim Gallen | Phoenix Business Journal UMOM New Day Centers has received more than $12 million to build a new housing project for at-risk
By Mary Jo Pitzl, The Republic | azcentral.com Let us know how you feel about a pay raise for legislators in the comment box Arizona
By Claire Cameron |Utility DIVE Rooftop solar could be offered as a standard feature for single-family homes by more than 50% of all American homebuilders
The Huffington Post | By Taryn Hillin Idina Menzel and Taye Diggs called it quits on their 10-year marriage last December, and now the Broadway
Sarah Drake | Contributor-Silicon Valley Business Journal Advertising on social media outlets such as Facebook and Twitter may not be as effective as marketers and those sites might like, according
By Annie Z. Yu, The Republic | azcentral.com Chandler City Council on Thursday will discuss amending the city’s charter to allow council members to serve
By Darrell Jackson | The Glendale Star After filing lawsuits against three opponents in the upcoming city council elections challenging their signatures, Gary Deardorff narrowly
By Kyle A. Porter | Arizona Capitol Times Rep. Frank Pratt, chairman of the Arizona House Energy, Environment and Natural Resources Committee, said a lack
By Eric Jay Toll for Arizona Builder’s Exchange The new plans for luxury Taylor-Morrison homes in a crafted desert setting will be the future of